Every time I get a new weight loss client I’m 100% committed to helping them battle their bulge. However, I often find that calorie-controlled diets don’t work for them. This has led me back to all my biochemistry textbooks, stashed in the loft, with the question in mind: what leads the human body to decide whether to either burn fat or store fat? Obviously, if you are consistently eating too much and exercising too little there will be some weight gain. However, my extensive reading has shown me that other factors also play a major part too.
Okay, now you’re stressed or maybe you’ve suddenly realised how dangerous and detrimental stress can be to your health. So, you want to know foods you could eat to de-stress or keep stress at bay. Here’s a good compilation by Tucker Cummings originally posted on lifehacks.org
“You are what you eat.” We’ve all heard it a thousand times before. So when my mom showed up at my house over the weekend with a bunch of bananas, I should have known there was a good reason.
STRESS, dubbed as ‘the silent killer’ is a condition that’s been linked to the six leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, liver cirrhosis, accidents and suicide. And according to a poll reported by cnn.com, the main source of stress in most countries is money, regardless of the currency. Today, I present to you an interesting article originally posted on National Institute Of Mental Health – NIMH website.
Fat Loss via Better Science and Simplicity
It is possible to lose 20 lbs. of bodyfat in 30 days by optimizing any of three factors: exercise, diet, or drug/supplement regimen. I’ve seen the elite implementation of all three in working with professional athletes. In this post, we’ll explore what I refer to as the “slow-carb diet”.
Health is wealth is a very popular adage, but many people undermine their health in pursuit of wealth, riches and success. The consequence of this is ill-health, sickness, etc. To stay happy and healthy while you go about your life pursuits here is a list of nutrition tips written by Nicole West on LifeHack.org.
It’s no secret that a balanced approach is the way to go when it comes to a healthy diet. But, what if you could target specific problem areas, with food alone? If you’re dealing with skin irritations, for example, you can look at increasing your intake of berries, avocado and pumpkin seeds as a preventative measure. Continue Reading
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